Bright sunset eye

So its been a while since I revisited this particular theme.  And its been a hard week, all told, so I figured it was worth a redo.

Remember-when working over the MUFE cream bases, use a lot of shadow to prevent  creasing.  I actually went over my color layers twice, only really blending the second time.

Also, I tapped the colored base on the lower lid, and then applied Primer to the browbone, and blended it downward, so it didn’t spread the coral tone to my eyebrows.


MUFE cream in Coral-lower lid

Urban Decay Primer Potion

MAC Paradisco-center of lower lid

Fyrinnae Kamikaze-crease, blending inwards, with a slight V at outer corner to extend eyeshadow past corner of eye.

MAC Red Brick-tap into outer corner, in the Kamikaze “V”.  blend up towards crease

Fyrinnae Electrokoi-inner corner

Urban Decay Half Baked-LIGHTLY tap a TEENY bit of shadow over crease to blend and soften with highlight

MAC Vanilla-highlight

MUFE cream in Gold-THINLY brush a round lower lashline, buffing outward slightly wth a fluffier brush

Fyrinnae STFU-lower lashline(mostly outer corner), over gold cream

MUFE Aquaeyes in Black-lower waterline, and outer corner lower lashline

Layer Exceptionnnel De Chanel and Diorshow mascara, curling in between coats for even MORE curl!

Buxom Lashliner in Leatherette-line upper lashes THINLY


NARS Orgasm

MAC Prism-contour

MAC Honor-highlight


MAC Crosswires

Blend MUFE red and gold cream with clear gloss for a reddish shine with gold shimmer.


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